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    Unhappy The Cherry Tree Hotel, Higher Heath


    Found this not a million miles away from Tilstock....






















    donn't know how true this statement is....



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    What a lovely derelict pub. Nice shots Yam.

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    Fabulous exterior. I love these old pubs. Such a shame about the trashing inside, though. :(
    Did you see any ghosts? Or even any spirits? ;)
    I don't know why but I've known of loads of places called 'the cherry tree' around your area, but never anywhere else for some reason!
    "...If we lose our spiritual bond with the land they'll be nothing left of us as a nation..." Phil Rickman.

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    I come from the west country and I can drive a tractor.


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    A good find YP :)

    Not a bad attempt at "mock Tudor"
    Lb :jimlad:

    Think we're gonna need a bigger boat

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    Its just a shame that I didn't have a torch with me :(


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